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DRAFT PICK: Jeremy Ruff, co-owner and head brewer at LineSider Brewing Co. in East Greenwich, says the Rhode Island Brew Fest, which LineSider participated in last year and will be again this month, exposes the brewery to new customers. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

A chance for R.I. brewers to show off their uncommon craft

If the crowds are lucky at this month’s Rhode Island Brew Fest, they’ll get the chance to sample Crooked Current Brewery LLC’s chocolate milk...
THE RI VEGFEST is scheduled to take place on Feb. 23 at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence.

R.I.’s first vegan festival aims to draw #plantcurious

PROVIDENCE – Organizers of Rhode Island’s first vegan festival hope to draw about 80 vendors and crowds of up to 800 to the WaterFire...

Providence Flea finds a winter home with parking

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Flea will move into the WaterFire Arts Center for the popular Holiday Markets, which will be held on two consecutive...

Appreciate preservation successes

Stories detailing public anger over historical properties lost to insensitive development are unfortunately all too common. But it’s important to also recognize the many successful...
THE PROVIDENCE PRESERVATION Society has announced its 2019 Preservation Awards. Above, the Bomes Theatre, one of the honored projects. / COURTESY RGB ARCHITECTS INC.

PPS announces 2019 Preservation Awards

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Preservation Society named its 2019 Preservation awards Tuesday. This year, the awards were given to eight properties, selected from 40 submissions....
RETAIL MARKETPOINT was selected as the winner of Cox Business' Get Started Rhode Island bsuiness pitch competition. Above, from left: Ross Nelson, vice president, Cox Business; Mike Ritz, moderator, and executive director of Leadership Rhode Island; John Rafferty, founder of Retail MarketPoint; Shannon Shallcross, co-founder and CEO, BetaXAnalytics; Arnell Milhouse, co-founder and CEO, CareerDevs Computer Science University; Patrice M. Milos, co-founder, CEO and president, Medley Genomics; and Karl Wadensten, CEO and president, VIBCO Vibrators. / COURTESY COX BUSINESS

Retail MarketPoint takes top prize at Get Started Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – Retail MarketPoint Inc. was voted the winner of Cox Business’ seventh annual Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest held Wednesday night...

Events held to raise awareness of substance use, celebrate recovery

PROVIDENCE – A number of events focused on increasing awareness and understanding of mental health and substance-use disorders are planned across the state this...

Slader reelected RISCA chair

ELIZABETH “LIBBY” SLADER, owner of Providence-based design firm Libby Slader Interior Design, was recently reelected as chairman of the Rhode Island State Council on...

RISD president receives Pell Award

ROSANNE SOMERSON, president of Rhode Island School of Design, recently received the Pell Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Arts from Trinity Repertory Company...
THE DEADLINE to apply for the 2019 Get Started Rhode Is;and pitch competition is June 15.

Deadline to apply for Get Started Rhode Island approaches

PROVIDENCE – The deadline to apply for the 2019 Get Started Rhode Island pitch competition sponsored by Cox Business is June 15, the Rhode...
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